Growth Stages

March 29, 2022

As parents, how do we keep up with the never ending bombardment of information? With a few simple searches on the internet, you can gain access to a slew of advice and expectations for your child’s age. On your own, unlimited access to information can be overwhelming, but some great benefits of child care are that you have access to educators and families with similar experiences. If you think about it, a typical daycare may have 3-6 classrooms. In each of those classrooms, class sizes can range from 12 to 24 students depending on the age of the children. That means in a typical school, you have a group of at least 90-100 students per day. You can only imagine the amount of encounters and experiences our educators go through each day!

Whether you are worried about your child’s speed of development or behaviour at home, remember that our team aims to build a partnership to support the growth of your family. There are many types of growth charts for child development. Many families’ often come with concerns that their child may not be hitting milestones or that a specific (and often new) behaviour becomes a source of stress. Remember that a child’s development is ever-changing. It is always moving but not often at the same speed as every other child around them. As educators, rather than comparing a child to another, we look at individual capabilities and how their abilities are allowing them to experience learning each day.

Check out the link below for more information about developmental growth.

Healthlink BC – Developmental Growth

Your partner-in-learning,
Fiona Abbas-Lee

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